From bunches of wild flowers to colourful bouquets let these stunning Spring blooms inspire your own flower arrangements.
This delightfully overgrown bouquet amps up its rustic design when placed in a birch vase. Its “just-picked” style is especially striking next to a tidy terrarium of succulents. Read more at Afloral.
Forget mixup up some Summer squash – these gorgeous bottles are for flowers only! Read more at Indulgy.
Pansies appear to bloom out of these baskets, chosen to complement the plates on an dining table. Read more at Martha Stewart.
Rustic Watering Can
Team pretty blooms with a watercan that’s seen some action for the perfect Spring/Summer mood. Read more at Madelief.
A Grouping of Bottles
Just for kicks, here’s a variation on the theme, a grouping of bottles, filled with wildflowers and tied together with twine. This is a great option if you don’t happen to have a billion bud vases on hand — nine matching glass bottles should be easy enough to come by. Read more at Country Living.
Cherry Blossom and Dogwood Arrangement
Jump-start spring by forcing branches of early-flowering trees and shrubs. Massed at eye level in a rustic trough, pink cherry blossoms join white dogwood and spirea to give armchair nature lovers a breath of fresh air. Read more at Martha Stewart.
Glass jars are getting more and more popular when it comes to flower arrangements – plus they’re super easy toget hold of! Read more at Sprinkle of Pretty.
This idea is a bit more ambitious… but who can resist the allure of a flower chandelier? Just make sure those vases are secured tightly to avoid crashing blooms. Read more at Decor8.